What the @#!* kind of motto is that? The voice of one crying in the wilderness??
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Topics - Benefactor
Pages:  2
I remember reading a few years back that the LSAC had begun to make the LR section somewhat easier. I just was wondering if you guys know around what year that happened in. I'm working on some PT's right now from about 2000, and I just want to know which side of these changes the 2000 tests fall on. Thanks.
Have any of you been looking around at various law schools and just been completely turned off by the law school building itself? I mean, you go from laws schools like the one at Michigan, Cornell, Notre Dame, etc. then you look at the ones at Vanderbilt and UVA and it's like WTF? The buildings are objectively nice and all but don't fit in with the law school vibe at all.
From your experience, both on practice tests and on some of the more recent officially administered tests you guys have taken, what would you say the most common breakdown of the LG format is? 1 grouping, 3 linear? 2 grouping, 2 linear? I was just looking at the one I took and realized that it was 3 linear, 1 grouping and just wanted to know how common this was so I could direct my studying time a little bit onto a certain type of game.
Has anybody taken the LSAT practice tests in the back of the PR book and been unpleasantly surprised at how tricky the arguments are? They seemed harder than those on the actual LSAT's. Did anybody else notice this as well?
Pages:  2